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April 18, 2007

Travis & Holland @ the Peacock

Filed under: announcement,composition,performance — admin @ 5:57 am

Coming up this Sunday the 22nd, I’ll be playing a solo set with violin and electronics as well as a duo with Holland Hopson (banjo/electronics).

The show will be at the Peacock (515 Pedernales St, 78702) which is at Pedernales and 6th – just a few blocks north of what was once the Church of the Friendly Ghost. This is a free show.

9:00 Loren Dent (guitar/electronics)
10:00 Travis Weller, solo violin/electronics
10:30 Holland Hopson, solo banjo/electronics
11:00 Holland Hopson/Travis Weller

April 16, 2007

Keith Rowe / Rick Reed

Filed under: amoda,announcement — admin @ 7:44 am

Come see my friend Rick Reed play with Keith Rowe.

AMODA PRESENTS PERFORMANCES BY KEITH ROWE AND RICK REED

Keith Rowe (U.K./France), ex-AMM member and progenitor of electroacoustic improvisation, returns to Austin with his tabletop guitar and bag of preparations for another séance of mind bending sound. Joining him will be long time friend and collaborator Rick Reed (Austin) on EMS Synthesizer and sine wave generators. The two will be fresh off their most recent East coast tour performing together as ‘the Voltage Spooks.’ Rowe and Reed will each perform solo sets, and will also perform as a duo.

Rowe has been called a “godfather of electroacoustic improvisation” and a “master of understatement.” He has worked for half a lifetime to unsettle the boundaries between music and noise. He has also been an active collaborator, having worked together with numerous composers and musicians, including Cornelius Cardew, Christian Wolff, Howard Skempton, Taku Sugimoto, Otomo Yoshihide, Sachiko M, Oren Ambarchi, Christian Fennesz and Peter Rehberg.

WHAT: AMODA Performance Series featuring Keith Rowe and Rick Reed
WHERE: Ceremony Hall (4100 Red River St)
WHEN: Saturday, April 21st, 8pm – 10pm
ADMISSION: $10 for AMODA Members/Students $12 general

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